On Tuesday I posted about my new frames from Clearly Contacts that I bought with little to no research. They turned out fantastic and here are a few tips to help you do the same.
1. Know your face shape and what style frames suit it. My face is an oval so most frames look ok on me.
2. Know what style of frames you want. Go into that big commercial frame store and try a bunch on and get an idea of what kind of glasses you want. (This one is very important I did this around 3x before actually buying glasses online)
3. Be prepared to make a mistake. Make sure you read about the refund policy of the company you're using.
4. Make sure the company you're using online is legitimate. Google reviews.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
I had ordered them on a Thursday and they had come in the mail by Tuesday. Talk about fast turn around! The best part? I love them! They're the perfect geek chic glasses that I've wanted for a while. My prescription is perfect and other than needing to get some minor fit adjustments they fit my face really well. If you've been looking at getting new glasses why not give Clearly Contacts a try? It's a great way to try out a style you're not 100% sure will suit you because the out of pocket cost is so minimal.
On Thursday I'll post about tips for buying glasses online, like how to pick out the best style for your face.
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Thursday, August 1, 2013
I bought VitaZing about 3 months ago hoping for a great tinted moisturizer that would allow me to skip foundation when I felt like going low maintenance. Sadly VitaZing was not it. I ended up returning this product to Sephora this week after trying really hard to like it. It wasn't the moisturizing part, that was fine. It didn't make my sensitive skin break out at all. It was the colour. This made my fair skin look like I was a member of the Jersey Shore cast - Orange. It also did weird things around my eyebrows, going very dark in that area.
Definitely didn't deliver on the promise that it would make me look like I "eat right, sleep tight, and don't have a worry in sight".